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Amos, J & Segal, L 2019, 'The relationship between child maltreatment, inequalities and later health outcomes', in R Benjamin, J Haliburn & S King (eds), Humanising Mental Health Care in Australia: A Guide to Trauma-informed Approaches, CRC Press, US, ch. 4, pp. 56-68.
Segal, L, Doidge, J & Amos, J 2011, 'Determining the determinants - is child abuse and neglect the underlying cause of the socio-economic gradient in health?', in M Laverty & L Callaghan (eds), Determining the future: a fair go and health for all, Connor Court Publishing, Australia, ch.13, pp. 159-176.
Amos, J & Segal, L 2018, 'Disrupting intergenerational maternal maltreatment in middle childhood: therapeutic objectives and clinical translation', Frontiers in Psychiatry, vol. 9, article n. 623, pp. 1-10.
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Segal, L & Amos, J 2018, 'Intergenerational transmission of trauma: why pregnancy and the post-natal period pose an elevated risk of mental illness, but also a unique opportunity to intervene', Australian Midwifery News, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 23-24.
Amos, J, Segal, L & Cantor, C 2015, 'Entrapped mother, entrapped child: agonic mode, hierarchy and appeasement in intergenerational abuse and neglect', Journal of Child and Family Studies, vol. 24, no. 5, pp. 1442-1450.
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Furber, G, Amos, J, Segal, L & Kasprzak, A 2013, 'Outcomes of therapy in high risk mother-child dyads in which there is active maltreatment and severely disturbed child behaviors', Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, vol. 12 no. 2, pp. 84-99.
Amos, J, Furber, G & Segal, L 2011, 'Understanding maltreating mothers: a synthesis of relational trauma, attachment disorganization, structural dissociation of the personality, and experiential avoidance', Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, vol. 12. no. 5, pp. 495-509.
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